Publications

Books authored

Petersen (Forthcoming 2018) Digital Health and Technological Promise: A Sociological Inquiry. Routledge: London and New York.

Petersen, A., Munsie, M., Tanner, C., MacGregor, and C., Kotey, J. (2017) Stem Cell Tourism and the Political Economy of Hope. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke.

Petersen, A. (2015) Hope in Health: The Socio-Politics of Optimism. Palgrave macmillan: Basingstoke.

Petersen, A. (2011) The Politics of Bioethics. Routledge: New York and London.

Anderson, A., Petersen, A., Wilkinson, C. and Allan, S. (2009) Nanotechnology, Risk and Communication. Palgrave Macmillan: Houndmills.

Harrow, D., Coleman, R., Matthews, E., Thompson, R., Swann, D., Hignett, S., Jones, A., Benger, J., Caldwell, N. and Petersen, A. (2009) Healthcare on the Move: Treating Patients in the Community: The Smart Pods Project. Royal College of Art: London. ISBN 978-1-905000-79-1 (ebook)

Petersen, A. (2007) The Body in Question: A Socio-Cultural Approach, Routledge: London and New York.

Petersen, A. (2004) Engendering Emotions. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke.

Petersen, A. & Bunton, R. (2002) The New Genetics and the Public’s Health, Routledge: London and New York.

Petersen, A., Barns, I., Dudley, J. & Harris, P. (1999) Poststructuralism, Citizenship and Social Policy, Routledge: London and New York.

Petersen, A. (1998) Unmasking the Masculine: ‘Men’ and ‘Identity’ in a Sceptical Age, Sage: London.

Petersen, A. and Lupton, D. (1996) The New Public Health: Health and Self in the Age of Risk, Allen & Unwin, Sydney and Sage, London.

Petersen, A.R. (1994) In a Critical Condition: Health and Power Relations in Australia, Allen & Unwin, Sydney.

Books edited

Kampf, A., Marshall, B. and Petersen, A. (eds) (2013) Aging Men: Masculinities and Modern Medicine. Routledge: London.

Gottweis, H. and Petersen, A. (eds) (2008) Biobanks: Governance in Comparative Perspective. Routledge: London.

Petersen, A. and Wilkinson, I. (eds) (2008) Health, Risk and Vulnerability. Routledge: London.

Bunton, R. & Petersen, A. (eds) (2005) Genetic Governance: Health, Risk and Ethics in the Biotech Era. Routledge: London and New York.

Henderson, S. & Petersen, A. (eds) (2002) Consuming Health: The Commodification of Health Care, Routledge: London and New York.

Petersen, A. & Waddell, C. (eds) (1998) Health Matters: A Sociology of Illness, Prevention and Care, Allen & Unwin: Sydney and Open University Press: Buckingham.

Petersen, A. and Bunton, R. (eds) (1997) Foucault, Health and Medicine, Routledge: London and New York.

Waddell, C. and Petersen, A. (eds) (1994) Just Health: Inequalities in Illness, Care and Prevention. Churchill Livingston: Melbourne and Edinburgh.

Journal special issues edited

Petersen, A. and Wilkinson, I. (2015) ‘Sociology of hope in contexts of health, medicine and healthcare’, Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine.

Kowal, E. and Petersen, A. (2015) ‘Sociology of bio-knowledge at the limits of life’, Journal of Sociology, 51, 1.

Petersen, A., Davis, M., Fraser, S. and Lindsay, J. (2010) ‘Healthy living and citizenship’, Critical Public Health, 20, 4: 1-10.

Petersen, A. (2009) ‘The ethical challenges of nanotechnologies’ (Symposium), The Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 6, 1: 9-12.

Petersen, A., Bleakley, A., Brömer, R. and Marshall, R. (2008) ‘The medical humanities today: humane health care or tool of governance?’, Journal of Medical Humanities, 29: 1-4.

Petersen, A., Anderson, A., Wilkinson, C. and Allan, S. (2007) ‘Nanotechnologies, risk and society’, Health, Risk and Society, 9, 2: 117-124.

Petersen, A. (2005) ‘Biobanks: challenges to “ethics”‘ (Editorial, special issue on biobanks), Critical Public Health, 15, 4: 1-8.

Bunton, R. & Petersen, A. (2002), ‘Genetic Governance, Ethics, and Public Health 1, Critical Public Health, 12, 2: 95-102.

Bunton, R. & Petersen, A. (2002) ‘Genetics Goverance, Ethics, and Public Health 2 Critical Public Health, 12, 3: 201-206.

Refereed journal articles (2005 to present)

MacGregor, C., Petersen, A. and Parker, C. (2017) ‘Hyping the market for “anti-ageing” in the news: from medical failure to success in self-transformation’, BioSocieties online 26 June. https://doi.org/10.1057/s41292-017-0052-5

Petersen, A., MacGregor, C. and Munsie, M. (2016) ‘Stem cell miracles or Russian roulette?: patients’ use of digital media to campaign for access to clinically unproven treatments’, Health, Risk and Society, 17, 7-8: 592-604.

Allen, A., Newnam, S., Petersen, A., Vogel, A., Collie, A. (2016) ‘Exploring the influence of compensable injury on recovery’, Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 45(3), 315-325 doi: 10.3233/JVR-160832.

Newnam, S., Petersen, A., Collie, A., Vogel, A., McClure, R. (2016) ‘Stuck in the middle: the emotional labours of case managers in the personal injury compensation system’, Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment, and Rehabilitation, 55, no. 2, pp. 347-357. doi: 10.3233/WOR-162406

Parker, C., Curll, J., MacGregor, C. and Petersen, A. (in press) ‘Unlocking the power of the Amazon: the need for a food fraud policy approach to the regulation of anti-ageing health claims on superfood labelling’, Federal Law Review, 44, 3: 419-449.

Petersen, A. and Krisjansen, I. (2015) ‘Assembling “the bioeconomy”: exploiting the power of the promissory life sciences’, Journal of Sociology, 51, 1: 28-46.

Petersen, A., Tanner, C. and Munsie, M. (2015) ‘Between hope and evidence: how community advisors demarcate the boundary between legitimate and illegitimate stem cell treatments’, Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine, 19, 2: 188-206.

Petersen, A., Tanner, C. and Fraser, S. (2014) ‘Practising food anxiety: making Australian mothers responsible for their families’ dietary decisions’, Food and Foodways, 22: 1-23.

Tanner, C., Petersen, A. and Fraser, S. (2014) ‘Food, fat and families: thinking fathers through mothers’ words’, Women’s Studies International Forum, 44: 209-219

Marshall, D., Davis, T., Hogg, M., Schneider, T. and Petersen, A. (2014) ‘From over provider to invisible presence: discursive shifts in advertising portrayals of the father’, Good Housekeeping, 1950-2010, Journal of Marketing Management. Published online 2 September, 2014

Petersen, A., Seear, K., and Munsie, M. (2014) ‘Therapeutic journeys: the hopeful travails of stem cell tourists’, Sociology of Health and Illness, 36, 5: 670-685.

Petersen, A. (2013) ‘From bioethics to a sociology of bio-knowledge’, Social Science and Medicine, 98: 264-70.

Petersen, A. and Bowman, D. (2012) ‘Engaging whom and for what ends?: Australian stakeholders’ constructions of public engagement in relation to nanotechnologies’, Ethics in Environmental Science and Politics, 12: 67-79.

Petersen, A. and Seear, K. (2011) ‘Technologies of hope: techniques of the online advertising of stem cell treatments’, New Genetics and Society, 30, 4: 329-346.

Petersen, A., Davis, M., Fraser, S. and Lindsay, J. (2010) ‘Healthy living and citizenship: an overview’, Critical Public Health, 20, 4: 1-10.

Anderson, A. and Petersen, A. (2010) ‘Shaping the ethics of an emergent field: scientists’ and policymakers’ representations of nanotechnologies’, International Journal of Technoethics, 1, 1: 32-44.

Allan, S., Anderson, A. and Petersen, A. (2010) ‘Framing risk: nanotechnology in the news’, Journal of Risk Research, 13, 1: 29-44.

Petersen, A. (2009) ‘The ethics of expectations: biobanks and the promise of personalised medicine’, Monash Bioethics Review, 28, 1: 05.1-05.12.

Petersen, A. and Seear, K. (2009) ‘In search of immortality: the political economy of anti-aging medicine’, Medicine Studies, 1, 3: 267-279.

Petersen, A., Anderson, Wilkinson, C. and Allan, S. (2008) ‘Opening the black box: Scientists’ views on the role of the news media in the nanotechnology debate’, Public Understanding of Science. (Published Online First 1 October 2008 http://pus.sagepub.com/cgi/rapidpdf/0963662507084202v1)

Petersen, A. and Anderson, A. (2007) ‘A question of balance of blind faith?: scientists’ and science policymakers’ representations of the benefits and risks of nanotechnologies’, NanoEthics, 1: 243-56.

Petersen, A. (2007) ‘Biobanks’ engagements: engendering trust or engineering consent?’, Genomics, Society and Policy, 3, 1.

Petersen, A. (2007) ‘Is the new genetics eugenic?: interpreting the past, envisioning the future’, New Formations, 60: 79-88. (Special issue on eugenics), 60: 79-88.

Wilkinson, C., Anderson, A., Allan, S. and Petersen, A. (2007) ‘From uncertainty to risk?: scientific and news media portrayals of nanoparticle safety’, Health, Risk and Society, 9, 2: 145-157.

Gilbert, A., Lankshear, G. and Petersen, A. (2007) ‘Older family carers’ views on the future accommodation needs of relatives who have an intellectual disability’, International Journal of Social Welfare, 16.

Petersen, A. (2006) ‘The genetic conception of health: is it as radical as claimed?’, Health, 10, 4: 481-500 (10th Anniversary Issue on ‘conceptions of health’)

Kokanovic, R., Petersen, A. and Klimidis, S. (2006) ‘”Nobody can help me…I’m living through it alone”: experiences of caring for people with mental illness in ethno-cultural and linguistic minority communities’, Journal of Immigrant Health, 8, 2, 125-135.

Petersen, A. (2006) ‘The best experts: the experiences of those with genetic conditions’, Social Science & Medicine, 63, 1: 32-42.

Regan de Bere, S. and Petersen, A. (2006) ‘Out of the dissecting room: news media portrayals of human anatomy teaching and research’, Social Science and Medicine, 63, 1: 76-88.

Petersen, A. (2005)’Securing our genetic health: engendering trust in UK Biobank’, Sociology of Health & Illness, 27, 2, 271-292.

Petersen, A., Anderson, A. and Allan, S. (2005) ‘Science fiction/science fact: medical genetics in fictional and news stories’, New Genetics and Society, 24, 3: 337-353.

Anderson, A., Allan, S., Petersen, A. & Wilkinson, C. (2005) ‘The framing of nanotechnologies in the British newspaper press’, Science Communication, 27, 2: 1-21.

Chapters and other publications (2005 to present)

Davis, T., Marshall, D., Hogg, M., Schneider, T. and Petersen, A. (2016) ‘Consuming the family and the meal: representations of the family meal in women’s magazines over 60 years’, in B. Cappellini, D. Marshall and E. Parsons (ads) The Practice of the Meal: Food, Families and the Market Place. Rutledge: London and New York.

Felman, S., Radermacher, H. and Petersen, A. (2013) ‘The vicissitudes of “healthy aging’: the experiences of older migrant men in a rural community’, in A. Kampf, B. Marshall and A. Petersen (eds) Aging Men: Masculinities and Modern Medicine. Routledge: London and New York.

Petersen, A. (2012) ‘Foucault, health and healthcare’, in G. Scambler (ed.) Health and Social Theory. Routledge: London and New York.

Petersen, A. (2011) ‘Can and should sociology save bioethics?’, Medical Sociology Online, 6, 1: 2-14.

Lee, A. and Petersen, A. (2011) ‘Discourse analysis’, in B. Somekh and C. Lewin (eds) Theory and Methods in Social Research. Second Edition. Sage: London.

Petersen, A., Anderson, A., Allan, S. And Wilkinson, C. (2010) ‘Nanotechnology and news’, People and Science, March, p.18.

Petersen, A., Seear, K. and Bowman, D. (2010) Communicating With Citizens About Nanotechnologies: Views of Key Stakeholders in Australia. Final Report, July. Report prepared for National Enabling Technologies Strategy, Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research (DIISR). School of Political and Social Inquiry. ISBN: 978-0-9807530-1-1

Seear, K., Petersen, A., Munsie, M. and Skinner, R. (2010) Hopeful Journeys: Experiences of Stem Cell Treatments Offered Outside Australia. Final Report, August. Report prepared for National Enabling Technologies Strategy, Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research (DIISR). School of Political and Social Inquiry. ISBN: 978-0-9807530-4-2

Petersen, A. and Anderson, A. (2009) ‘Scientists, nanotechnologies and the media’, Issues, 87 (June): 26-30.

Petersen, A. (2009) ‘Future research agenda in men’s health’, in A. Broom and A. P. Tovey (eds) Men’s Health: Body, Identity and Social Context. Wiley-Blackwell: Southern Gate, Chichester, pp202-214.

Regan deBere, S. and Petersen, A. (2009) ‘Crisis or renaissance?: a sociology of anatomy in UK medical education’, in C. Brosnan and B. S. Turner (eds) A Handbook of Medical Education. Routledge: London and New York. pp156-173.

Seear, K., Petersen, A. and Bowman, D. (2009) Literature Review of Social and Economic Impacts of Nanotechnologies. Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research.

Anderson, A., Petersen, A., Wilkinson, C. and Allan, S. (2008) ‘Nanoethics’, in R. Luppicini and R. Adell (eds) Handbook of Research on Technoethics. Information Science Reference: Hershey and New York.

Bunton, R. and Petersen, A. (2008) ‘Genetics, ethics and governance’, in J. Green (ed.) Critical Perspectives in Public Health. Routledge: London.

Petersen, A. (2006) ‘The new genetic citizens’, in N. Redclift and S. Gibbon (eds) Genetics: Critical Concepts in Social and Cultural Theory. Routledge: London.

Anderson, A., Allan, S., Petersen, A. and Wilkinson, C. (2006) ‘Nanotechnology in the news’, Nanotechweb.org, January (http://nanotechweb.org/articles/feature)

Petersen, A. (2005) ‘The metaphors of risk: biotechnology in the news’ (Editorial), Health, Risk and Society, 7, 3: 203-208.

Allan, S. Anderson, A. and Petersen, A. (2005) ‘Reporting Risk: Science Journalism and the Prospect of Human Cloning’ in A. Moran & S. Watson (eds) Trust, Risk and Uncertainty. Palgrave Macmillan.

Petersen, A. and Regan de Bere, S. (2005) ‘Dissecting medicine: gender biases in the discourses and practices of medical anatomy’, in D. Rosenfeld and C. Faircloth, Medicalized Masculinities. Temple University Press.

Anderson, A., David, M., Petersen, A. and Allan, S. (2005) ‘Communication or spin?: Source-media relations in science journalism’, in S. Allan (ed.) Critical Issues in Journalism. Open University Press: Buckingham.

Petersen, A. (2005) ‘Discourse analysis’, in B. Somekh and C. Lewin (eds) Research Methods in the Social Sciences. Sage: London.

Bunton, R. and Petersen, A. (2005) ‘Genetics and goverance: an introduction’, in R. Bunton and A. Petersen (eds) Genetic Governance: Health, Risk and Ethics in the Biotech Era. Routledge: London.